Why can’t there be more cats like Sam? He’s almost surreally good-natured; our vet tech describes him as “incredibly sweet”. He can be a little shy when there’s a lot of noise or confusion in his suite, but otherwise he’ll come up to you to ask for love. He’s got a brown tabby coat—except for a gray striped tail, white hind legs, white front paws, a white tummy, white chest, and a white patch on his nose.
Sam is about six years old. He had some dental disease; because of this we treated him and had to extract several teeth, but we expect he’ll be just fine. Sam also has micro-opthalmia, which means a non-visual eye slightly sunken into his head. It causes him no distress, and there’s really nothing to do for it. His left ear is also slightly lopsided, but again, it’s no big deal.
If you’ve been thinking about feline companionship, we’d like to suggest our Sam. He’s so sweet-natured that we know you’ll love him!